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  • Diagon Alley adds new magic to Universal Orlando

    ORLANDO, Fla. Rachel diMonda, 20, stood at a medallion in the ground labeled "Meteolojinx" and waved her wand left, then right. Like magic or more like an extremely savvy feat of theme park planning an umbrella extending from the side of the building...
  • Napa Valley, shaking off earthquake, says it's open for business

    Napa Valley, shaking off earthquake, says it's open for business
    Only hours after the shaking stopped from the biggest quake to hit Napa Valley in 25 years, the phones at Mike Noel's Napa travel agency began to ring. Anxious clients wondered whether the magnitude 6.0 shaker would derail their visit. "I've been...
  • Jerry Brown: Immigrants, citizen or not, 'welcome in California'

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Tuesday continued his two-day trip to California, traveling to Sacramento to meeting with Gov. Jerry Brown and lawmakers and deliver a speech to the Legislature. ------------ FOR THE RECORD Aug. 26, 11:02 a.m....
  • Wahoo bite still good in wake of full moon

    More than two weeks after the full moon in August, wahoo fishing remains really good in South Florida. Most years, the wahoo bite is best a few days before and a few days after the full moon, which was Aug. 10. There were a few nice wahoos caught...
  • Seniors on the Go: Fall travel: Where, when, and how

    Seniors on the Go: Fall travel: Where, when, and how
    If it's Labor Day, it's time to think about fall foliage travel. Although New England grabs a lot of the publicity, you actually find good fall foliage throughout much of the U.S. and Canada. Peak times for viewing depend on where you go; they move from...
  • Mexican president meets with Gov. Brown, lauds treatment of immigrants

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, speaking at a luncheon held in honor of his visit to California, thanked Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday for respecting immigrants "whether they have citizenship or not, whether they have legal status or not." "The...
  • Travel deals: Why you should book Thanksgiving flights by Labor Day

    Travel deals: Why you should book Thanksgiving flights by Labor Day
    If you haven't bought airline tickets for Thanksgiving yet, get searching. Travel planning websites say airfares drop around Labor Day -- and those who wait until October or November could pay a lot more for their Turkey Day getaway. It's also a time...
  • Five Things Families Should Look for in SUVs

     
    The family-hauler has shifted forms over the years, from old station wagons to today's apparent favorite, the SUV. And what's not to like? Today's SUVs can handle everything from child-safety seats to long-legged teens, not to mention family road trips......
  • Scouting Report: At Field Trip, an only-in-L.A. Asian-Amish mash-up

    Scouting Report: At Field Trip, an only-in-L.A. Asian-Amish mash-up
    Name: Field Trip at the Farmers Kitchen The chefs: Minh Phan (Gaji, Mignardises pop-up, Beachwood Cafe) dreams up Asian-inflected savories while Sarah Lange (Hart & the Hunter, Flores & the Ladies Gunboat Society) handles the Amish-inspired pastry...
  • Labor Day travel numbers to jump to highest level since 2008

    Labor Day travel numbers to jump to highest level since 2008
    With gasoline prices falling below $4 per gallon, Southern Californians are expected to get out of town for the Labor Day weekend in the highest number since the holiday travel record was set in 2008. More than 2.48 million Southern California residents...
  • West Virginia's West Fork Rail Trail follows streams through Allegheny Mountains

    West Virginia's West Fork Rail Trail follows streams through Allegheny Mountains
    The West Fork Rail Trail is one the sweetest rail trails in West Virginia. It runs 23 miles from Durbin in Pocahontas County north to Glady in Randolph County in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. It follows two streams: the north-flowing West Fork of...